Galileo is a developer of healthcare technology to provide a digital healthcare platform and a value-based care delivery model with an underlying clinical intelligence system.

Galileo is a developer of a health assistance mobile application intended to make healthcare more effective and affordable for all, including the underserved. The company's application combines technology with human-centered design, offers lab monitoring and specialty medications, enabling users to have access to a team of expert clinicians wherever they might be and stay fit.

Through their platform, Galileo works to offer users personalized and convenient care for common medical issues, including prescription renewals, referral requests, birth control selection, cold and flu, urinary tract infections, hair loss, PrEP and healthy living. They work to determine root causes behind symptoms such as persistent couch, headaches, fatigue, gastrointestinal issues, abdominal pain, bloating, insomnia and back pain. And they work with users with ongoing health concerns to help them identify trends and patterns to better improve health, including conditions such as asthma, thyroid disorders, anemia, acid reflux, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and anxiety.


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Galileo funding round, May 2019
May 24, 2019
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